David Morley

Real Name:
David Morley
Profile:
Born 6th August 1965 in London. Moved to Belgium when 8 years old. Played in various Bands from 14 until 18 in Belgium and England. At the age of 19 he started working in a Brussels studio, learning engineering and studying guitar. Late 1980's, met Renaat Vandepapeliere from R & S Records.
Sites:
Aliases:
In Groups:
Variations:

David Morley Discography Tracks

Albums

David Morley - Tilted album art David Morley Tilted (Album) Apollo Belgium 1998 Sell This Version
David Morley - Personal Settings 2 album art David Morley / Nodern / Gez Varley David Morley / Nodern / Gez Varley - Personal Settings 2 Quatermass Belgium 2002 Sell This Version
01 David Morley - Ghosts album art David Morley Ghosts(CD, Album) Ursa Major 01 Belgium 2007 Sell This Version
AD1411 David Morley - Sanctum album art David Morley Sanctum(CD, Album, Ltd, Dig) Anodize AD1411 US 2014 Sell This Version
David Morley - The Origin Of Storms album art David Morley The Origin Of Storms (Album) De:tuned US 2016 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

David Morley - Evolution album art David Morley Evolution Apollo Belgium 1992 Sell This Version
David Morley - The Shuttle EP album art David Morley The Shuttle EP (EP) R & S Records Belgium 1993 Sell This Version
David Morley - Angular Art album art Andrea Parker And David Morley Andrea Parker And David Morley - Angular Art (EP) Infonet UK 1995 Sell This Version
David Morley - Stardancer EP album art David Morley Stardancer EP (EP) Apollo Belgium 1996 Sell This Version
David Morley - Tilt album art David Morley Tilt R & S Records Belgium 1997 Sell This Version
TB003 David Morley - Game Over album art Andrea Parker And David Morley Andrea Parker And David Morley - Game Over(12") Touchin' Bass TB003 UK 2002 Sell This Version
DS93 007 David Morley - Ascension album art David Morley Ascension(12", Ltd, Num, W/Lbl, 174) DS93 DS93 007 UK 2011 Sell This Version

Reviews Show All 5 Reviews

Add Review

b4dw0lf

b4dw0lf

February 8, 2018
Unable to get enough of The Origin Of Storms! Just love this and the recent tastes David has been giving via his Youtube channel! Hoping for a new release soon!
darktrain

darktrain

December 18, 2014
He has a new album coming out on the 30th decemeber http://anodizesound.bandcamp.com/album/sanctum-december and it sounds amazing as always.

Enjoy!
raymondcf73

raymondcf73

February 16, 2014
It`s a shame he only released 2 albums, Tilted & Ghosts. I really think they are great albums. Tilted is one of my al time great electronic music album ever. SHAME.
MartinJames

MartinJames

September 4, 2008
Morley's name is most often associated with the Belgian techno scene, primarily due to early R&S releases as Spectrum, TZ4, and under his own name which helped to solidify the label's nascent sound. Spectrum's "Brazil," recorded with R&S owner Renaat Vandepapeliere, was a visionary fusion of dancefloor techno/trance and ambient/experimental strains that helped earn R&S its association as an important force at the fore of European dance music.

Morley, together with Outlander's Marcos Salon, was also behind the fourth release (known as TZ4) in R&S' Test Zone series (and co wrote 2 of the TZ7 tracks with Maarten Van Der Vleuten with whom he also wrote the classic and highly sought after black label "Mantrax - Sonic Circus"), an important signpost in R&S' early development. In 1994, Morley released his first two EPs under his own name -- "Evolution" (the first release on R&S sublabel Apollo) and "Shuttle" (on R&S-proper) -- both exploratory ambient/electro classics that sit neatly next to the works of such artists as Biosphere, Aphex Twin, and Higher Intelligence Agency as early examples of ambient/intelligence techno. More recently, Morley has released increasingly dark and textural works, both solo and in combination with former Inky Blacknuss collaborator/current Mo'Wax signee Andrea Parker. In addition to the pair's Infonet EP Angular Art (1995), Morley and Parker recorded the Too Good to Be Strange EP (Apollo, 1995) under the name Two Sandwiches Short of a Lunchbox (later used in the Tom Cruise film "Vanilla Sky"), as well as contributed tracks to R&S ambient sublabel Apollo's second label comp The Divine Compilation.

Morley's debut full-length, Tilted, appeared on Apollo in 1998. He also co-wrote Andreas Parker's classic debut "Kiss My ARP" on Mo Wax and has recently released a variety of songs on Miss Parker's "Touchin' Bass" label and on Sub Rosa's sub label "Quatermass".

Videos (39) Edit